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h - hov - hover

by A Problem of Alarming Dimensions

an eclectic mix of predominately instrumental sonic exploration.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Driving in Unison
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2. We Prefer Luciferian
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3. Voice of Dissension
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4. Non-deterministic Finite Automaton
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5. Be Kind. Rewind.
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6. Subsidies for Our Favorite Killer
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7. The New and Improved Goliath
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Originating from the swamps of the Central Arkansas hinterlands, A Problem of Alarming Dimensions combine experimental textures with variegated instrumentation to form a surprisingly accessible blend of [mostly] instrumental rock mayhem. h-hov-hover, the band's self-released debut, was recorded using a hybrid of analog and digital technology at Zero Return Studios in Atlanta and in their garage in Conway, Arkansas. This unknown act may surprise you. Listen as h-hov-hover thunders with bludgeoning guitar rock and whispers with analog synth washes - all in one coherent 37-minute sweep.

"This is a fine album... if you are a music fan, you'll like it... simple as that."

-Jake Hasselman, Review on IndieWorkshop.com

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Frizzle

beautiful, edgey, all around moving listen... get off your ass and see this band
Each track is different and compelling in any light... songs that make you feel big, small, hopeful and desparate. These folks have got something great going... buy this album.
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dannyboy

Heavy, no light. Wait. I'm not sure. Maybe Alarming?
This CD is a surprise, not because it's good, but because it's great. What happened in Arkasas that these dudes found out about and nobody else heard of? 21st century art rock/jazz/classical fusion with minimalist voclas, effective instrumentals, absorbing composition. Inspired and inspiring.
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